Jessica is the Executive Director for NAMI Wichita Falls and is also a piano teacher at F&J Music. Most people know she is energetic and fun-loving, but you may not know that she is also a collector of Wizard of Oz memorabilia. Interestingly enough, she grew up wanting to be a coroner, but realized that wasn't the best profession for her when she passed out just by watching someone have their blood drawn. She fancies herself as a "crazy cat lady in training" as she and her husband, David, have three cats named Honey, Norton, and Shinobi, and a dog named Bruce.
I have proudly been a Big with BBBS since April 2016 (hey Mya!). I have served on the Board of Directors for the Humane Society of Wichita County and currently serve on the Advisory Board for Phased In. I am active in community events that revolve around mental health and suicide awareness/prevention.
Why say yes to DFTS?"I said YES to DFTS because as a Big I see the value and the need for BBBS here in our area. Being a part of this program has been amazing and life changing. You get to see the world through a different, younger, set of eyes. Plus, I really need to work on my dancing skills."
Retired Sergeant First Class Ronald Moses is from Vernon and is a proud veteran of the US Army after serving twenty years. He enlisted at seventeen and started his career in Fort Hood, TX. He is an instructor of country/western dance as he teaches line and couple dancing (two-step, waltz, shuffle, cha-cha, swing, etc) to groups and private parties. Ron is a reserve teacher for WFISD. He’s committed to making the community a better place as he’s involved with numerous organizations including Habitat for Humanity, Rainbow House, Work Services Corp, and Whispers of Hope.
Why say yes to DFTS?I love to dance and have fun! It’s exciting to teach people to relax, enjoy, and have fun learning to dance.